Archbishop Rummel High School - Raider Yearbook (Metairie, LA)
- Class of 1976
Page 1 of 232
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Ninety-one seniors spent six fun-filled days in Nassau, Bahamas, and Disney World during the week before Thanksgiving:
The three days of the cruise aboard the Flavia . . . the five meals a day . . . the midnight buffet . . .the straw market
. . . Hazel. . . shuffleboard at 2 am. . . no girls on board. . .NPA casino. . . sunsets on the ocean. . .customs
inspections . . . nothing to declare . . .orange groves . . . Space Mountain . . .dining room prices . . . fright masks
. . -. stewordesses. . .-ci great time was had by all.
OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: A load of seniors truckin' to the Nassau Motorcycle Rental Agency. RIGHT:
Lionel Hibbs gets the once-over from a Miami Airport security guard. BOTTOM: David Moynan and
Earl Lizana observe as Chris Bucher takes advantage of one of the many bargains in the Straw
Market. LEFT: Seniors line the railings, as the Flavia sets sail out of Miami. RIGHT: Mike Sylve
takes advantage ofthe romantic atmosphere ofthe high seas, while Anthony Lala, left, Bruce
Laborde, and Mark Lagarde, rear, wonder how he does it. BOTTOM: Terry Radacker, wheels
around a corner, forgetting that traffic flows the wrong way in Nassau.
After months of preparation, planning, and anticipation,
Homecoming had finally arrived. As the week started the
spirit began to build up, and the final adiustments were
made. During this period the Freshmen endured the
ordeal of initiation for the last week. By the time Friday
came, the Homecoming festivities were at their peak. The
pep-rally, in the gym, began the ceremony with the
introduction of the Homecoming Queen, Sharon Padua,
and her court. After a speech by Wayne Nosacka
everyone filed out to the field where the bon-fire was
ignited. The Freshmen threw their beanies into the blazing
inferno as a sign of their acceptance into the Rummel
community. The night ended with the Soc Hop in the gym.
But this was only the beginning. On Saturday, hundreds
of alumni returned to the ole alma mater to inhance this
spirit-filled occasion. The motor-cade and parade,
consisting of thirty beautifully decorated cars, proceeded
to East Jefferson Stadium where Rummel played and beat
Chalmette in the Homecoming game to the tune of 7-O.
At halftime Sharon Padua was crowned the 1975-1976
All was over until the court met again on November 22
for a more formal celebration, the Homecoming Dance. It
was held at the Delta Towers, with the music being
furnished by Star.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Janet Belanger crowns Sharon Padua 75-
76 Homecoming Queen. BOTTOM: 75-76 Homecoming Court.
lstandingl: Terri Dubroc, Yvette Thibodeaux, Regina Egan, Cindy
Villavaso, Pam Harris, lin frontl: Lori Richard and Sharon Padua.
THIS PAGE TOP: Alumni discuss old times at cocktail pcriy.
BOTTOM LEFT: Harold Stelz sings the National Anthem. ABOVE:
Sharon Padua ignites the bonfire.
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prepcre posters for Cholmehe game. MIDDLE: Mike, Quenf, Don, and
.lack pause for a picture. BOTTOM: Wayne Nosacka gives c spirited ialk
TOP: Janet Belcnger '75 Queen crowns Sharon Padua '76 Queen
BOTTOM: Mrs. Simkin's H.R. 23 displcy their pride with o prize
The 1975-76 Student Council sponsored five
dances during the school year for the Rummel
Community. L.A. Boogie Band welcomed the
students to Rummel with the back to school dance
on September 6, 1975. Cn October 17, Halifax
performed for the homecoming soc-hop. On
November 15, Star rocked at the Delta Towers for
the Homecoming Dance. Isosceles Popsicle came to
the Rummel gym for a Christmas-New Year's dance
on Dec. 28. On March 27 the Louisiana Lightning
band furnished the music for the March of Dimes
dance. All in all, the dances were a success and the
Student Council was pleased to be able to entertain
the Rummel Community and look forward to a
greater success in the 1976-77 school year.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Baseball ace Kenny Francingues gives an
exhibition of his dancing talent with his date at one of the
OPPOSITE PAGE LEFT: Jay Raspino and date pose for the
camera at the senior Ring Dance at Chateau Estates.
OPPOSITE PAGE RIGHT: Behind the scenes ata soc-hop:
Please bring some more guys!!! LEFT: Robert Moldoner and
Arthur Bayer sell refreshments during the dances. BELOW: Scott
Marks and his date sit one out. BELOW LEFT: David Garrett, Jay
T, A. Kinberger, Randy Peters, Randy Robichaux and their
dates gladly pose for the camera.
April 24, 1976 was the date of the Junior-Senior prom
held at Braniff Place on Canal Street. Hugh Mac rocked to
a disco beat, that thrilled and set some participant's feet
Braniff Place's emperial room provided a setting which
made the affair very enioyable to all who attended.
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Codow enioy the sound of Hugh Mac. LEFT:
David, Randy, Kevin and dates can't seem to
get it going. BOTTOM: John Highstreet and
Dennis Englade seemed to be amused by the
THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Danny Guisti tries the
Bump. TOP RIGHT: Don Schneider stops for a
pose with Lynn. LEFT: Eric Weissborn's face
radiates the delight of the evening.
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LEFT: Gerard Ramos :hots with Donna as the music plays on.
BOTTOM LEFT: Tom Bosch finally arrives with his date lwithout c
ticketi. BELOW: Carl Deroche sits one out.
The Senior Prom was held this year
on May 21 at the beautiful Royal
Sonesta. Zany Murphy Band
provided the music which crowded
the dance floor with every song.
Prior to the Senior Prom festivities
many enioyed the food offered by
great New Orleans restaurants
while others partook of the delicious
meal offered at the Buffet at the
At l:OO A.M. the bell tolled for the
end of the 1976 Prom. For most it
was only the beginning of a long
night of partying and merriment
throughout the city.
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to examine her corsage.
OPPOSITE PAGE: BOTTOM LEFT: Ed Moran enioys
the music of Zany Murphy. BOTTOM RIGHT: Randy
Robinson and date give a little smile forthe camera.
THIS PAGE: TOP: Jay Kinberger and Suzy Guichard
seem to be satiated with the delectable meal at the
buffet. BOTTOM: Don Raymond and Mike
Wiedemann enioy their buffet supper at the Royal
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Shirly enioy a most memorable evening.
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rest after a hard workout on the
dance floor. BOTTOM LEFT:
Sulufaforian William Schaefer and
Kalhy Kovaks fake a break from the
buffet before the prom. RIGHT: After
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Following the National Standards of
Yearbooks, the Raider Staff, under
the leadership of Mr. Bill Arthurs
and Brother Anthony decided to
attempt to make the 1976 yearbook
the best in Rummel's history.
In order to achieve this goal the staff
used mosaic, modular, smokestacks,
skyscape and other patterns and
began the work of drawing layouts,
taking pictures, cropping them,
typing captions, proofreading etc.,
to meet deadlines.
This work started in August and on
May 26 the final copy was shipped
to Taylor Publishing Co. in Dallas.
This firm has promised a September
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devoted four years of service to the Raider. ABOVE: Sports Editors, Mike
Wiedemann and Quentin Kelly work on various sports events for the
yearbook. RIGHT: Yearbook Moderator, Mr. Bill Arthurs, examines
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TOP LEFT: Brother Anthony Clement, Yearbook Advisor, reioices that the
Senior Prom and Graduation sections are the only pages missing to
complete the 1976 Yearbook. TOP RIGHT: Assistant Spoi Editor, Kenny
Francingues and Academic Editor Greg Aicklen make their final
corrections. BOTTOM LEFT: Assistant Editors, Michael Harang and
Stephen Fuselier discuss whether to use Mosaic or Modular patterns.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Chief photographer Lonnie Rodrigue cogitates
whether to make a vertical or horizontal pitcher.
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the cheerleaders. BOTTOM: Raider Staff at the L.S.P.A. Seminar in
Baton Rouge: Mr. Bill Arthurs, Kirk Frosch, Randy Peters, Greg Aicklen,
Kenny Francingues, Casey Geohegan, Randy Robichaux, David Garrett,
Jim Ellis, Allen Buiol, Quentin Kelly, Quentin Tauzin, Lonnie Rodrigue,
Mark Scheffler, Jay Kinberger, and Brother Anthony Clement, FSC.
OPPOSITE PAGE: Mark Scheffler, Steve Fuselier, Kenny Francingues
and Casey Geohegan busy working on layouts. BOTTOM LEFT:
Photographers: Richard Horil, Lonnie Rodrigue, Scott Muller, Carl
Leboeuf, and Quentin Tauzin. BOTTOM RIGHT: Carl Leboeuf working in
the lab: Glossy up, feet away.
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The RAIDER'S DIGEST comes out about every six weeks. It
is given to the students to keep them aware of what has
happened, what is happening, and what is going to
happen within the school. 1976 is the last year that
Brother Michael Cimino will handle it. The Digest will now
be headed by Mr. Mike Boudreaux.
THIS PAGE RIGHT: Anthony Fasone works on final draft. BOTTOM LEFT:
Casey Geohegan and Mark Scheffler distribute issues ofthe paper to
the classes. BOTTOM RIGHT: George Drendel and Richard Ducombs
help Allen Buiol meet deadline.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Editor-in-chief Casey Geohegan discusses
layouts with Brother Mike. BOTTOM: 75-76 RAlDER'S DIGEST staff.
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The Rummel Stage Band, directed by Mr. Maurice
Varnado, has been seen by many during the past year, at
such places as the Loyola Jazz Festival, the U.S.L. Jazz
Festival, and some performances at both Rummel and
During the summer of 1975, the Stage Band went on a
twenty-three day tour of Communist Poland, highlighted
by visits to Warsaw, Poznan, and Gdansk.
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plays his intricate solo at the U.S.L. STAGE BAND FESTIVAL. RIGHT: Mr.
Maurice Varnado, band director, announces the next number at a
performance. BOTTOM: The l975-1976 Rummel High School Stage
Band performs at the U.S.L. Jazz Festival.
THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Many band members visited the famous
Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. RIGHT: Beth
Lanson and Donna Martiny have fun in the pool at one of the hotels.
BOTTOM: A few of the stage band members take time out for a group
picture on the U.S.L. stage band trip.
Here Comes the 1975-1976 Rummel High School Raider Marching
Band. - was a familiar phrase to the many spectators at Raider ball
games and parades.
The band was very active during the past year, performing at more than
sixty functions, such as half-time shows, contests, concerts, basketball
games and parades.
Directed by Mr. Varnado, with drum maior Eddie Moran, the band was
chosen from 60 high school bands across the nation to perform at the
DeSoto Celebration in Florida.
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The Chapelle Chapellettes are directed by Mrs. Martha
Flair. Drill Team officers are: Captain V. Slaven and
president S. Perilloux. Dance team officers are: president
M. Myers, vice-president S. Hankel, secretary K. Spako
and treasurer D. Martiny.
The Chapellettes dance and drill team perform at all band
functions, including football half-time shows and all
parades. The Chapellettes also went to Florida with the
band and performed in competitions with the Raider
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: 1975-76 Chapelleftes dance and drill team.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: 1975-76 Maiorehes. L. Buccola, A.
Vinierella, D. Dorsa, M. Benfz, E. Koeniger, S. Guichard, J. Dawson.
LEFT: Drum Maior Eddie Moran leads the band in Diana parade.
MIDDLE: C. Drivon, D. Fauchaux, Y. Andries carry the banner in Zeus
parade. BOTTOM: L. Chaplain, C. Downey et. al. march in Diana
The Genesians, under the direction of Mr. Charles
Guaiardo, assisted by Mr. Robert Roso, began their 12th
season with When You Comin' Back Red Ryder?
followed by Fantasticks and Meet Me in St. Louis.
Because of the enormous response for tryouts for Meet
Me in St. Louis there was a double cast for the play
which made for more performances and gave more
students acting experience.
December brought a Christmas Show to the students,
Pyramus and Thysbe, starring Tom Benge and David
Tracy. This was followed by a bit of inactivity for the
public as the Genesians readied for the District Rally. As a
result the cast of When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?
received superior first place and best play as the
Genesians captured the District Crown.
The 75-76 season ended with two productions. In April
The Bad Seed was performed, directed by Mr. Roso
and starring Gina Paretto and Patty Meehan. The finale of
the season was l 776 Home l976, a bicentennial play
put on in May. Over the summer the Genesians kept busy
by performing two plays to the public's delight.
LEFT: Martin Walker cleans up under the orders of Patty
Meehan in The Bad Seed. BOTTOM LEFT: Mary Lee Harris
as Loiusa in Fantasticks. BOTTOM RIGHT: Richard
Webster meets Dawn Alexander as Beth Thibodeaux and
Susan Bryant looks on in delight in Meet Me in St. Louis.
OPPOSITE PAGE: Gina Paretto scolds her daughter Patty
Meehan for not telling the truth. BOTTOM: The cast of
TOP LEFT: David Tracey introduces himself to
the audience in Pyramus and Thysbe. TOP
RIGHT: Mrs. Daigle fDebbie Mayeauxj is
worried about her son's death as George
Breedy and Gina Paretto give their sympathy
in The Bad Seed. BOTTOM: One of the
casts from the double production of Meet
Me in St. Louis.
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and Thysbe. BOTTOM LEFT: Louisa iMary Lee Harrisj and Matt
iGIemm Desmukesl are reunited after a separation in
Fantosticks. BELOW: Eddie Womuc cs The Moon in
Pyrcmus and Thysbe. BOTTOM RIGHT: Tootie fRenee
Pregeontj bites her fcther's boss iMark Burdick, in Meet Me in
After attending a cheerleader camp over the summer, the
cheerleaders, captained by Eddie Breaux and Cindy
Villavaso, came back with many awards and different
things to try out. More lifts and new cheers were used, to
name a few. The cheerleaders work hard during football
and basketball seasons trying to bring a new dimension
into cheerleading. Moderated by Mr. Bruce Clark, they
attend many activities to help spark spirit.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Debbie Harris
attempts to make the cheerleader squad.
LEFT: Pam Davenport displays her
exuberance at the Martin game. MIDDLE:
Sharon Padua pleads for more support at the
De La Salle game. BOTTOM: Cheerleaders
show their spirit at the Holy Cross game, on
THIS PAGE TOP: lkneelingl: Jane Otemaa,
Debbie Block, Sharon Padua, Cindy Villavaso
lCapt.l, Pam Davenport, Lisa Pike,
lcrouchingl: D. J. Hebert, David Tracey, Aldo
Walters, Kyle Boudreau, Eddie Breaux
lCapt.l, Richard Wester, Perry Achee,
lstandingl: Mr. B. Clark lModeratorl. MIDDLE:
Cindy Villavaso and D. J. Hebert lead the
cheers at the St. Aug game. BOTTOM:
Cheerleaders spark spirit at pep-rally.
The 1975-76 Student Council sponsored 5 dances
and a City-wide Student Council Volleyball
tournament. All elections were handled by the
Student Council, and all the homecoming activities
were handled by them. The Rummel High Student
Council would like to thank the students, faculty
and the administration for helping them throughout
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the Senior activities with his committee.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: The 75-76
THIS PAGE TOP: Members ofthe Graduation
Committee give helping advise in planning
the Senior Day, and graduation. BOTTOM
LEFT: Don Raymond helps Soph. Perry Achee
in planning activities for the upcoming year.
RIGHT: Secretary Dave Derenbecker runs off
the minutes from the last meeting to be
distributed throughout the school.
The Key Club has completed one of its most
successful years at Rummel. The club began the
year by hosting the international convention.
Almost 3,000 delegates from every corner of North
America converged on New Orleans. 5O Years of
Caring . . . Only the Beginning. . . was the
international theme. This theme set the goal for the
coming year. With this goal in view, the Rummel
Club undertook proiects that served not only the
school, but also the community.
Under the leadership of senior officers Chris Bucher,
president, Arthur Bayer, vice president, and Jim
Lapre, treasurer, the Key Club participated in
numerous proiects: The Jerry Lewis Labor Day
Telethon, a fund raising drive for St. Michael's
Special School, a Key Club celebration at St. Louis
Cathedral, the Cystic Fibrosis Cyclethon, and many
The Key Club ended its administrative year at the
district convention in Lake Charles. At the
convention the Rummel scrapbook won first place in
district competition and advanced to international
competition. Also at the convention, Tony Tramonte
won the Louisiana-Mississippi-West Tennessee
District award for Outstanding Lieutenant
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Tony Tramonte and Fred Landry display number
one scrapbook and best lt. governor awards brought back from district
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Members of the Key Club from left to right
are lbottom row1 Craig Hill, David Tauzy, Ronald Perelli, Jon Verret,
Steve Mouton, John Klein, Mark Diblin, Donovan Allen, lrow 21 Glen
Miller, Keith Ural, Craig Pond, Andy Schroeder, Glen Walden, Greg
Bruno, Emile Netzhammer, lrow 31 James Roach, David Jeansonne, Jim
Ellis, Chris Bucher, Mike York, Steve Kern, lrow 41 Tony Tramonte,
George Alonzo, Bobby Graham, David Vaz, Bob Moldaner, Al
Thompson, lrow 51 Arthur Bayer, Brett Parent, Robert Schroeder, Ray
Coyle, Fred Landry, John Meisler, David Pendergast, lrow 61 Brother
Leo, Lonnie Rodrigue, John Vollenweider, Kevin Martin, James Lapre.
ABOVE: Fred Landry gives a proiect report during a meeting. LEFT: Chris
Bucher awards best Key Clubber ofthe Year to Fred Landry.
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Old Folks Home during a Bingo Game.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP RIGHT: Tony Tramonle talks ai an inter-
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Arlhur Bayer leads the clubin a
ABOVE: Key Clubbers listen and make notes during a meeling.
LEFT: Chris Bucher gives his final speech as the Key Club
The International Relational Club, is an
Organization comprised of the Junior and Senior
students from Rummel and Chapelle High Schools.
Its Primary purpose is to educate and acquaint
students with a greater knowledge and
understanding of world events. Typical activities of
the club includes: group discussions, films, guest
speakers, and field trips. Club meetings alternate
on a bi-weekly basis between the two schools. The
moderator is Brother Byron Kenner, FSC.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Greg Cadella
receives a certificate of merit for
services rendered to city by Mr.
Alberto Fowler, Director of
International for New Orleans
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row: Greg Cadella, Ramon Solaries,
Randy McCollum, Wayne Lombardo,
John Wagespack, lfront rowl Brother
Bryan Kenner, Tom Wallbillich, Tom
Keenan, Keith LeBlanc. LEFT: Greg
Cadella chats with students from
Israel while they are having lunch in
the Rummel Cafeteria. BOTTOM:
Chapelle members of the I.R.C.: lfront
fowl Charleen Armagnac, Cindy
Mascaro, Lori Barr, Secretary-
Treasurer, Maureen Gremillion, Cathy
Ragas, Betty Lanson, Norma Jean
Smith, lback rowl Dinah DeGeorge,
Vice-President, Patti Bowes, Suzy
Comeaux, Given Cadella, Historian,
Nancy Godoy, Dannette Menge,
Sheree Kerner, Sr. Shirley Vaugh,
N.H.S. is a national organization comprised of
students who have achieved academic excellence at
Rummel. The members of the society share this
excellence with other students by tutoring those
who are having problems in their studies. Jay
Kinberger is President and Brother Gabriel is the
RIGHT: Senior Society members Mark Scheffler lleftl and Jay
Kinberger put their skills to work by helping a freshman with a
tough assignment. BOTTOM: Members ofthe National Honor
Society are: lbottom rowj Mark Scheffler, Brett Hulin, David
Moynan, Michael Aucoin, Chris Accardo, John Hardey, Emile
Netzhammer, Robert Newell, tsecond rowl Gerald Lester, David
Vaz, Chris Bucher, Keith Leblanc, Casey Geohegan, Jay
Kinberger, Blaine Fury, ithird rowl Greg Aicklen, Herbert
Duvoisin, Anthony Tramonte, Ronnie Roulier, Randy Peters,
Steve Fuselier, Kenny Francingues, Joseph Lacour, lfourth rowt
Anthony Fosone, Joseph Decklemann, Tim Billon, Bill Blum,
Edward Fuselier, John Meils, John Meisler, Richard Doskey, lfifth
rowl Billy Schaefer, Lewis Mercier, Doug Wheat, Scott Hansen,
Harry Bode, Lionel Richard.
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The purpose ofthe Rummel Science Club, a local
chapter of the Future Scientists of America
organization, is to help students understand who
scientists are and what they are doing currently.
This is accomplished through a program of field
trips, movies and assisting Rummel's science
teachers. The Science Club visited a number of
places including the Tulane University Delta Primate
Research Center in Covington, La., the Planetarium
at Dominican College and the Computer Research
Center at UNO.
TOP: Members of the Science Club are: lbottom rowl Gerald
Lester, Mike Mulhausen, Gil Stock, Don Allen, Steve Kern,
lsecond rowi Greg Aicklen, Tim Peterson, Mike Aucoin, John
Meisler, Danny Mumphrey, lthird rowl Mr. AI Serpas, Greg
Siragusa, Chris Schade, and Craig Hill. LEFT: Members ofthe
Science Club converse with a Puerto Rican radio operator.
Rummel competed this year in the
new Jefferson Parish Academic
Games League, which was formed
last May from a part ofthe old
Greater New Orleans League. The
moderator of this activity was Mr.
Six Games were played in the
league, two from each area of math
lOn-Sets and Equationsl, social
studies lMr. President and Ameri-
Euro-Cardl, and Language Arts
lLinguishtik and Propagandal.
Rummel teams won a parish
championship in five of these
Rummel qualified eleven students
for the National Olympics, held in
Gatlinburg, Tennessee. This is the
largest number of qualifiers of any
school in the parish.
These eleven boys U. Lacour, R.
Doskey, M. Netzhammer, B. Hulin,
J. Jeffers, J. Benson, G. Lester, T.
Trainor, D. Fouchi, R. Schroeder, R.
Gonzalezl gave Rummel its best
showing ever at the Olympics.
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Doskey, Gerald Lester, and Brett
Hulin practice equations while
minding Mrs. Gumina's deslc
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Member
of the 1975-76 Academic Games
League are: lbottom rowl Roger
Gonzalez, Mike York, Steve Sauer,
Brett Hanson, Jim Leumas, Henry
Saacks, lsecond rowl Da no Fouchi,
Tony Tramonte, Gerald Lester, Steve
Borne, Mel Natzhammer, Ed Fuselier,
Joe Lacour, ithird rowl Rick Doskey,
John Meisler, Dennis McGovern,
David Pendergast, Steve Landry, Bill
Soloun, Mark Burdick, ltopj Mr. Frank
Moore, Ken Allen, Joe Benson, Brett
Hulin, Robert Schroeder, Greg
Aicklen, Tim Trainor, Andy Schroeder,
Steve Fuselier, Danny Daigle, Mr.
THIS PAGE LEFT: Mel Netzhammer,
one of Moore's Morons, is alittle
slow in making o challenge. BOTTOM
LEFT: Mr. Moore attempts to bring an
equations match to order. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Joe Lacour, another
Moron, reaches for the vcxiation
sheet to check a point of procedure.
With a new system, started by Brother John Fairfax and
Mr. Ralph Navarro, the Big Brother Organization aimed
at working more with their little brothers - the Freshmen.
By holding a series of retreats over the summer the Big
Brothers were able to reach all ninth graders and
introduce Rummel to them. Also stressed was that each
person is a part of the Rummel Community. Working
throughout the year, Big Brothers pushed involvement,
spirit, and participation among the underclassmen.
TOP: Brother John discusses further
involvement at one ofthe Big Brother
meetings. MIDDLE: Big Brothers spark
spirit of their little brothers. BOTTOM:
The Big Brothers of 1976.
The Student Prefects work hard year round, keeping order
in the halls and throughout the school. They work before,
during, and after school. Moderated by Mr. Pete Fenner.
Their task is not an easy one.
ABOVE LEFT: Ivan Maheu, Mike
Aucoin and Mr. Fenner discuss prefect
positions. LEFT: Mike Aucoin holds the
key to the restraints of Randy Hunt
and George Smira, to the armsement
of Charles Montelaro and Ivan
Maheu. BOTTOM: Student Prefects:
list rowl R. Ducombs, D. Solito, J.
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Hankel, 12nd rowl M. Aucion, M. Tif-ft,
D. Davenport, D. Decha, l3rd rowl G.
Ramons, C. Lind, J. Lapre, D. Lussier,
R. Ketchum, ldth rowl P. Scoriels, C.
Montelaro, J. Senia, J. Hodgins, f5th
rowl Mr. Fenner, J. Roach, C. Burg, G.
Alonzo, lmissingl I. Maheu.
Moderated by Brother Leo Harvey
and assistant Mr. A. J. Leonardi, Mu
Alpha Theta is an organization
which attempts to bring together
students with an interest in
mathematics. Through student
papers, competition, and
association with others of similar
inclination, MAG allows students to
grow in their awareness of
mathematics in all aspects of life.
The State Mu Alpha Theta
Convention highlighted the year. 13
members attended the convention,
and spent 3 days in competition with
chapters from across the state, and
hearing papers by both students and
professionals. Rummel came home
with the first place trophy in
equations, and Randy Peters tied for
third in the Senior Scholarship
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answers a question in math bowl
competition to aid Jay Kinberger's team
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Members of
Mu Alpha Theta for 1975-76 are: lfirst
rowj John Meisler, Andrew Schroeder,
Dana Fouchi, Gerald Lester, John Hardy,
Mel Netzhammer, Joe Lacour, Tim
Trainor, lsecond rowl David Moynan,
Robert Moldaner, Joe Deckelmann, Greg
Aicklen, Kenneth Ripberger, Mark
Burdick, lthird rowt Anthony Fasone, Tony
Tramonte, Eric Bland, Herbert Duvoisin,
Brian Baudot, Mark Garatie, ffourth rowl
Bro. Leo Harvey, Rick Doskey, Kerry
Wolverton, Randy Peters, Pat Suffern,
THIS PAGE LEFT: Members of the state
champion Equations team with Brother
Leo are: lbottomj Greg Alcklen Rick
Doskey ltopl Mel Netzhammer Joe
Lacour BOTTOM LEFT Andy Porter gives
a student protect on derivatives BOTTOM
RIGHT Jay Klnberger contemplates the
chess board in competition at the state
convention in Baton Rouge as John Hardy
The Library Club has as its chief
purpose the improvement of the
school library. Members assist in the
library before school, during lunch
periods, and after school. Their
service is extremely important to the
This year's officers are President
Bryan Peters and Secretary-
Treasurer Greg Siragusa.
Moderators are Mrs. Carmen
Guilbeau and Mrs. Doll Barker.
RIGHT: Mrs. Guilbeau shows Bryan Peters
how to use a reference book. BOTTOM: lfirst
rowl Chris Schenk, Jason Olivier, Steve
Sauer, Bryan Peters, Mrs. Guilbeau, isecond
rowl Doll Barker, Gerald Lester, Greg
Siragusa, Mike Tiffit, Tim Dauterive, lbackl
Ken Allen, James Roach.
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The Chorus performs programs for
middle schools in the surrounding
area. Students participate in district
and state honor groups which are
held throughout the state. Students
also participate in the Louisiana
Music Educator's vocal solo festival
representing district Vl and Rummel
High School. In addition, the chorus
is an integral part of the Rummel
fine arts festival which is presented
in the spring of each year.
LEFT: The Chorus is rehearsing for an
upcoming concert. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr.
Spinosa in his usual stance, is ready for
Chorus practice. BOTTOM RIGHT: Ifirst rowl
Mike Toca, Tom McSweeny, David Tauzy,
John Klein, Steve Sauer, Steve Kern, Wayne
McAdams, lsecond rowl Charles Marshall,
Mike Murphy, Clifford Kass, Fred Landry,
Craig Hill, Gary Gagliano, Joe Laurie, tthird
fowl Larry Caillonet, Greig Gonzales, David
Draffen, Scott Ray, Jim Leumas, Craig
Macaluso, ifourth rowl James Roach, Hector
Valle, Allen Wiltz, Ronny Wolf, Steve Porter
Greg Leonard, lfifth rowl Bobby Drew, Ken
Allen, Danny Ripley.
Fine Arts Festival
The Fine Arts Festival, sponsored by the Art and
Photography departments, is held every year to
display the talents ofthe students. This year one
hundred and thirty students participated in the
festival, which was under the direction of Mr.
Wagner, Mr. White, and Mr. Arthurs. Some of the
students, such as Tommy Oddo, created pieces
good enough to sell. The two day affair, which was
viewed by a large audience, proved to be a huge
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Keith Osborne
fiddles with the Zimmerman-St.
Ramain's Rope Composition.
BOTTOM: Lionel Hibbs and followers
admire examples of ceramics.
THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Mr. Wagner
and Mr. White take a breather after
supervising the setting up ofthe
festival. TOP RIGHT: Larry Leehans
and Louis Hartmann carefully hang
pictures from the library's curtains.
LEFT: Jerome soaks up some metal
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crazed at an example of wood sculpture. BOTTOM LEFT: Look, it's an
original Van Gogh! BOTTOM RIGHT: Brother Anthony tells Ross
Ketchum how to cultivate his aesthetic appreciation.
THIS PAGE LEFT: Mr. Wagner looks over his production. BELOW:
Parents as well as students enioy the festival. BOTTOM: Students check
out the variety of artwork - some of it being for sale.
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The Spanish Club, moderated by Doc. Casariego, strives
to promote a Spanish influence in the school. Throughout
the year, the club holds meetings and visits some of the
finer Spanish restaurants in the city.
RIGHT: Doc, along with Andre Lugo, Stephen Saucier, and Jules Lacosta
discuss plans for the next Spanish club meeting. MIDDLE: Mr. Gomez
looks on as second year Spanish students struggle to learn a new
language. BOTTOM: The Spanish Club.
The Rummel German Club, moderated by Herr Meagher,
is one of the more active clubs in the school. Throughout
the year the club tries to promote German activities.
Highlights ofthe year were dinner at Herr Meagher's,
tubing trips and a deep-sea fishing trips.
ABOVE: The German Club. LEFT: Casey Geohegan listens to the stereo
while Mike Mulhausen and Jim Leumas entertain themselves at a
German dinner given by Herr Meagher.
Brother Ephrem Hebert was moderator ofthe
French Club this year. The French Club was merged
with Chapelle's French Club to participate in many
activities, including two volleyball games.
TOP RIGHT: Brother Ephrem discusses a French lesson with
freshmen, L. Thibodeaux, T. McConnell, E. Coludrvich, J. Meyers.
BOTTOM: The Rummel French Club fbottom rowl L. Lanier, R.
Gonzalez, D. Tauzy, J. Olivier, J. Meyers, S. Mouton, lsecond
YOWJ T. Simoneaux, J. Paci, S. Borne, T. McConnell, M. Sorensen,
R. Vasquez, lthird rowl B. Hulin, S. Fusilier, D. Wheat, K. Ural, J.
LeBlanc, lfourth rowl Bro. Ephrem Hebert, K. McKone, K. Allen,
M. Tifft, L. Thibodeaux, J. Walther.
The Rummel cafeteria is known as one of the best school
cafeterias in the South. It offers a lot of menus such as
salisbury steak, veal Parmigian, Barbecued sausage,
Ham, cheese combination, fried chicken, noodles and
ground beef casserole, corn dogs, etc. The cafeteria has
passed all the Archdiocesan and State inspections with
flying colors. Over 9970 of the student body partake of
the delicious lunches Mrs. Ciaccio and her efficient staff
TOP LEFT: Mrs. Ciaccio serves Tom Benge one of her best lunches. TOP
RIGHT: Mrs. Bradford willingly helps her intake. BOTTOM: Tommy
Laurendine gets two for the price of one.
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Gus Molespin eagerly watches his
arm to see if the food will add to
his muscles. TOP: Seniors David
Garrett, Allen Buiol, Ronnie
Rollier, Mike Kuhn, and Randy
Robichoux rap after enioying their
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Juniors gobble down their food
fast in order to get to their classes.
THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Freshmen
looking around for seconds. TOP
RIGHT: Matthew Ponseti seems to
enioy his lunch. BOTTOM LEFT:
The lunches ore so good, that
John Moffei even tries to eat his
fork. BOTTOM RIGHT: Tom
Greishober serves himself to hot
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The main duty ofthe administration
is to meet the needs of the faculty
and the students. The i975-76
administration has done an
outstanding iob. This work has been
well accomplished by: Brother John
Fairfax, FSC, Principal, Brother Bill
Gruber, FSC, Vice-Principal, Mr. Joe
Miller, Dean of Students, and Mr.
Pete Fenner, Assistant Dean of
TOP RIGHT: Brother John Fairfax, FSC, M.A.
BOTTOM LEFT: Brother Bill Gruber, FSC, M.A.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Joe Miller, B.A., M.A.T.,
Dean of Students.
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Mr. Pete Fenner, Assistant Deon of Students, discusses future Student
Council activities with Chris Lind and Kenny Francingues.
Brother Anthony Clement, FSC, M.A
Mr. Bill Arthurs, B.B.A.
Business, Photography, Yearbook
Mr. Robert Borne, B.A.
' Mr. Michael Boudreaux, B.A.
Fr. Millard Boyer, B.A., S.T.B.
Mr. Isaac Cosoriego, Dr. of Law
Spanish, Mission Director
Mrs. Lisa Cid, M.A.
Brother Michael Ciminc, FSC, B.A.
Brother Gale Condit, FSC, M.Ed.
Mr. Bruce Clark, B.A.
Brother Gabriel Daigle, FSC, M.A.
Mr. Don Dessauer, B.S.
Mr. Chris Dileo, B.A.
Mr. Ronald Doyle, M.Ed.
P.E,, Athletic Director
Mr. Pete Fenner, B.S.
Social Studies, Assistant Dean of
Mr. Kenneth Flair, M.A.
Mr. Atilano Gomez, B.S., M.A.
Mr. Charles Guaiardo, B.A.
Fine Arts, Drama
The Religion course of studies
rests at the core of the
Rummel Community, giving it
life and explicitating its
RAISON D'ETRE. Through a
curriculum, ranging from
scripture study to personality
development, from morality to
comparative religions, from
worship to social problems.
Every aspect of life is explored
from a religious viewpoint.
Mrs. Carmen Guilbeau, B.A.
Brother Dale Guillot, FSC, M.Ed.
Brother Del Harris, FSC, B.A.
Brother Leo Harvey, FSC, M.A., M.S.,
Brother Ephrem Hebert, FSC, B.A.,
Foreign Language, Typing
Mr. Ronald Heckel, B.S.
P.E., Track Coach
Mrs. Claire Hollis, M.Ed.
Brother Bryan Kenner, FSC, M.A.T.
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The Science Department endeavors to offer the students
courses in various fields of science in order, not only to
allow him to fulfill his science requirements for the State of
Louisiana, but also to give him a solid background in a
chosen field in college.
The nature of Social Studies in American schools today is
to focus on people, on the world and onthe relationships
between the two. In brief, the social studies are those
instructional courses, programs, and proiects that are
designed to assist students to understand, analyze, react
to, and act upon three things: ll J the relationships of
human beings to the world in which they live, l2i The
relationships of human beings to othersy i3l The
relationships of human beings to themselves.
OPPOSITE PAGE: Mrs.
Hollis, Mrs. Simkin,
Brother Harris, and Mr.
Fenner were elected
cheerleaders for the
game. TOP: Coach Rondo
relates tc Fr. Taormina
experiences he had in his
class. LEFT: Mel
Natzhemmer, Brother Leo,
Joe Lacour, lkneelingi
Greg Aicklen, Richard
Doskey rejoice for having
won the State
Championship trophy in
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The Math Department offers students the required
two years of academic math and the option of a
3rd, and 4th year, together with an advanced
placement program, which carries the student
through a complete year of calculus, during his stay
The courses at Rummel are not only challenging, but
also tailored to student's mathematical ability.
The Fine Arts Department was established to
provide aesthetic experiences for the Rummel
community. Art is provided in oil painting, ceramics,
crafts, and exhibits throughout the year. Public
speaking, and radio and television experiences are
also provided for by the communications
department. The Drama Club provides experiences
in comedy, tragedy, and original productions.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Archbishop Hannan officiates as the
main celebrant during a Mass to start the second semester. TOP
LEFT: Mr. Dileo helps Mike Kuehne and James Kilcoyne in their
lab exercise in biology. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Simkin rides again as
Brother Mike can't even get on the donkey. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Coach Pontiff expresses his feelings on Health Education.
Mr. Lee Lanoux, B.S.
Mr. James Lebeau, B.S., B.S.S
Bro. Alphonse LeBlanc, M.A.
Mr. A. J. Leonardi, M.A.
Mr. Donald Martin, M.S.
Mr. Robert Martin, M.A.
Mr. Victor McGee, M.A.
Mr. Richard Meagher, B.S., M.S
Mr. Frank Moore, B.S., MAT
Miss Cheryl Morgavi, B.A.
Fr. Larry Mueller, M.A., M.Ed.
Mr. Dennis Murphy, B.A.
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Mr. Isaac Musselwhite, B.A.
Mr. Ralph Navarro, B.A.
Mr. John Niemietz, B.A., M.A., M.Ed.
Social Studies, Criminology
Mr. Donald Perret, B.A.
P.E., Head Football Coach
Mr. Al Pontiff, B.A.
Mr. Henry Rando, B.S.
Mr. James Robarts, B.B.A.
Social Studies, P.E., Head Basketball
Mr. David Rodriguez, B.S.
Br. Raymond Rose, FSC, M.A.
Mr. Frank Roso, B.A.
Mr. Easton Roth, B.A.
Br. Adrian Roy, FSC, B.A.
Br. Norbert Russel, FSC, M.A.
Mrs. Ana Maria Russo, B.A.
The English Department works closely with
the student body in setting up the
department's curriculum. The students'
evaluations have been invaluable in the
selection of courses to meet their divergent
needs and interests.
The English Department is committed to
the reaching of language skills for
effective communication and the teaching
of literature for enioyment and self-
The purpose of the P.E. Department is to
give the students a chance to participate in
the sport of their choice. During the first
quarter students are given a selection of
football, tennis, and basketball.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Mr. Don helps Ken Pardo
in his Bookkeeping.
THIS PAGE TOP: Brother Ray Rose discusses the
difference between the rich and the poor. BOTTOM:
Mr. Richard Meagher washes dishes after a German
The ever-expanding Business Department is growing to
meet the continuing demand for knowledge of the
practical aspects of everyday living, covering everything
from Advanced Accounting to Basic Typewriting. Business
students take courses which help them to decide whether
or not to pursue a career in related business areas.
The purpose of the Guidance Department is to meet the
various academic and personal needs of the students of
Rummel High School. ln addition to personal contact,
which students may have with their counselors at any
time, there is a vast amount of material available for their
use. Materials include such things as college catalogs and
yearbooks, and various pamphlets and brochures on
careers and professions.
RIGHT: Brother Ephrem teaching his French students howto coniugate
the verb AVOIR.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Mr.
Niemietz explains the basic laws in
Criminology. BELOW: Mr. Robert
Roso helps Bobby Dubuc in directing
him through the hall.
Mr. George Ryan, B.S
Br. Joseph Scheberle, FSC, B.A.
Security, Concessions, Keys
Mr. Larry Schneider, B.A.
English, Health Ed. and Baseball
Mr. Myles Seghers, B.A.
Mr. Joseph Serio, B.A.
Mr. Albert Serpos, B.S., M.Ed.
Mrs. Deborah Simkin, B.S.
Mr. Fred Smith, B.A.
Mr. Vernon Smith, B.S.
Mr. Charles Spinosa, B.A.
Fine Arts, Chorus
Br. George Stout, FSC, B.A., BPE
Fr. Andrew Taormina
Mr. Mike Torres, B.S.
Mr. Maurice Varnado, BME
Mr. Louis Wagenhauser, MAT
Mr. Gerald Wagner, B.A.
Mr. Bob Whitman, B.S., M.Ed.
Mrs. Ellen Windstein, M.Ed.
Mrs. Doll Barker, B.A.
Mrs. Frances Bradford
Mrs. Rosemary Bradford
Mrs. Sara Ciaccio
Mrs. Lois M. Escude
Mrs. Emily Eshelman
Mrs. Gloria Gumina, B.M.
Mrs. Pai Naquin
Mrs. Mavis Seybold
Mrs. June Sfockflefh
Mr. Dick Whitfield
Head of Maintenance
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Flossie LaBorde, Arlelia Naranio, Virgie
Babe, Lula Mac Johnson, Jane Thonton, Sara
Ciaccio, Frances Bradford, Catherine
Reinann, Trinidad Balmeceda, Juana Rivera,
Danelia Duplaiser. TOP: Maintenance staff,
Dick Whitfield, Mario Vazquez, Emile
Patterson, Jessie Guidry, Florintino Sanchez,
Jose Martinez. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Lee Lanaux
explains to Chemistry students how to
balance an equation. BOTTOM: Quentin
Kelly tries to explain to Mrs. Naquin why he
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Many ofthe 323 seniors were
able to exhale a long-held
breath after receiving their
diplomas on May 23, I 976 in
the Municipal Auditorium.
Frank Gray, who was severely
iniured on Mardi Gras Day,
received a standing ovation as
he was called to accept his
diploma. Mr. Isaac
Musselwhite delivered the
commencement address. The
Baccalaureate Mass was held
at St. Joseph's Church on
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OPPOSITE PAGE: UPPER RIGHT: Salutatorian
OPPOSITE PAGE: BOTTOM: His Excellency
Archbishop Philip M. Hannan con-celebrates
the Mass with Fr. Boyer and Fr. Taormina.
THIS PAGE: TOP: 323 graduates await their
diplomas. BOTTOM LEFT: Jay Kinberger and
Randy Robichaux both receive the Editor-in-
Chief trophy after four years of work with the
yearbook staff. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Isaac
Musselwhite was the commencement speaker.
TOP LEFT: Casey Geohegan recipient of the American Legion
Award. MIDDLE: Kenny Francingues awarded the Archbishop
Rummel trophy. RIGHT: Kirk Frosh received the St. La Salle
medal. BOTTOM: Gregory Aicklen was awarded the Torch Award.
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David Landry gives the power sign at a
Class of 76
Herb and Randy check the photo board, only to find out that
they missed making the board again.
Class of 76
OPP. PAGE, TOP: Danny Mumphrey
drives home a point to a very
attentive Miguel Kenning. OPP. BOT.
Tom Bentz on the lookout for Mickey
Mouse, during the Senior Trip to
THIS PAGE: The Olympia Band from
Raiderland struts and second lines
it at half-time of many basketball
Class of 76
Melvin spikes one over the net in a
hotly contested P.E. volleyball game.
Keith W. Leblanc
Tommy J. Lee V
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Class of 76
A planeload of seniors on their way to
a fun-filled trip to Nassau and Disney
Class of 76
LEFT: Juniors try to find a picture of themselves in the display
window. BOTTOM LEFT: Juniors anxiously wait to place their
order for the Jr.-Sr. Proms favors. BOTTOM RIGHT: Junior Mark
Mobile is really in action in the cafeteria.
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Joe Laurie expresses his
feelings about the Donkey-
Victor Bernier lll
Edmond Daigle Jr.
Class of 77
Richard Donahue ll
Jules Dufresne Jr.
Ollie French lll
Richard Gillen Ill
Juniors enioying the sun
Ronald Harper Jr.
Class of 77
George Hingle Jr.
Joseph Hogh III
George Huhner III
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Class of 78
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For the fourth straight year, Coach
Perret and his staff brought the
Raiders to the State playoffs. Picked
to finish fourth in the district, the
Raiders won seven straight games
after losing their first two to Shaw
and state champion St. Aug. Six of
these seven wins were shut-outs. The
'75 season was a good one for the
Raiders which saw team unity and a
winning spirit that carried the
Raiders to a quarterfinals berth in
EAST JEFFERSON - On September 5,
doomsday fell upon the Warriors for the fifth
year in o row. The Raiders shut out E.J. 7-0.
The offense ran up 264 total yards to E.J.'s
ABRAMSON - The Raiders showed their
potential as the offense racked up 33 points.
The Commodores could only manage 6 points
against the stingy Raider defense.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: The Rummel Raiders
burst through the goal posts to open the
1975 season against the East Jefferson
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Greg Brien 1101
cuts upfield for a big gain against E.J. behind
the blocking of Keith Robert 1721. LEFT:
Quentin Kelly 1621 and Mike Wiedemann 1821
make the tackle while Craig Carson 1691 and
Daryl Burckel 1561 move in to assist. MIDDLE:
Bill Rogers 1281 and an unidentified Raider
put the stop to St. Aug's running attack.
BOTTOM: Eddie Horridge 1141 lets one fly for
a touchdown against Martin.
KENNEDY - On September 20, the Raiders
made the Kennedy Cougars their fourth
straight victim of the '75 season. The defense
scored 8 points in this game while the
Cougars could only score 6 points on the
Raiders. At the horn the score read Rummel
21, Kennedy 6.
SHAW - Opening district game. The Eagles
used the whole first quarter, with the help of
two interference penalties to score on the
Raiders. The defense played extremely well
the rest of the game. Although the offense
threatened to score, they couldn't put points
onthe board. Shaw won 7'6.
ST. AUG. - Another setback. The defense
played well with the exception of a few big
plays, while the offense was stymied. Total
offense was less than IOO yards. The State
champions beat Rummel 19-6, their last six
points coming on a desperation pass
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Part of Rummel's
defensive unit, comprised of Danny Deer
i7Ol, Craig Carson i69l, Quentin Kelly i62j,
and Daryl Burckel l56l, pounce on aMortin
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: The Raider
Defense ioined hands in the huddle to form a
chain which kept seven opponents scoreless.
ABOVE LEFT: Mike Jones l29l takes the
handoff from quarterback Robert Fiedler il 31
and breaks up field for a first down. ABOVE
RIGHT: Tom Benge makes a reception and
falls over the goal line for a touchdown. LEFT:
Jeff Jones MAJ picks up more yardage on this
scamper around left end.
BROTHER MARTIN - Without a doubt, this
was the best game, offensively, of the '75
campaign. The offense worked to perfection.
The defense was tenacious and the Raiders
had their first district win, 28-14.
CHALMETTE - A good game lost in
homecoming activities. Two good teams
slugged it out for 48 minutes but Rummel's
Super Ants mode all the difference when
they blocked a punt, giving the offense the
break they needed to edge the Owls 7-0.
HOLY CROSS - The Tigers became the
Raider's third straight victim on Halloween
Night l975. The Super Ant defense made
it two shut-outs in a row and the Thundering
Herd offense tallied three times in the third
quarter to make the score 20-O.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Dan Bosse 1361 breaks
upfield behind the blocking of Kerry Keefe
1611, Jamie Hodgins 1761, and Keith Robert
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Greg Raymond
1591 leads the way as Robert Fiedler 11 11
prepares to turn on the speed.
LEFT: Mike Warren 1231, who led the team in
tackles on the kickoffs, is shown here pulling
down a Holy Cross Tiger. BOTTOM: Dan
Bosse 1361, Roy Schlaudecker 1741, Gerry
Taylor 1841, and Mike Wiedemann 1821 stop
the Tigers as Daryl Burckel 1561 moves in to
DE LA SALLE - This game was the annual
rivalry between the Christian Brothers. The
Super Ants came through with two goal-
line stands while the Herd racked up 331
total yards against the Cavs to win this crucial
game for the Brothers of Rummel.
JESUIT - RummeI's defense made it five
years and 20 quarters in a row since the last
time the Jays have scored a point on the
Raiders. The game was played in knee deep
slop that slowed the offense down but did not
stop them as they went on to score 17 points
to Jesuit's 0 points.
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OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Jay Hussey I32I and
Roy Schlaudecker T741 take a well deserved
rest while the offense is on the field.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: John Ernst
I89l, who performed the punting chores for
the Raiders, gets off his usual good punt.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT: Craig
Carson I69I gets in position to tackle Martin's
quarterback as he attempts to break upfield.
LEFT: Coach Don Perret gives quarterback
Fiedler some advice during the De La Salle
game. BOTTOM: Center Miguel Kenning T521
makes the snap to Fiedler as Kerry Keefe Q61 I
and Jeff Jones MAI explode into Jesuit's
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E.J. twice in one season. The Raiders scored about every way they could,
using o touchdown, afield goal, and a safety to shut the Warriors out
BONNABEL - A bad game offensively for the Raiders but the defense
made the difference as they shut-out their sixth straight opponent to
make the score 7-O.
COVINGTON - Rummel exploded in the second quarter, but couldn't
manage anything else. The score was tied 14-14, but the Lions had the
edge on first downs I5-7, which enabled them to advance in the
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OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT: The La.
Superdome, the site of the Raider's
first two playoff games.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP RIGHT: Don
Rice l37l lumps for ioy into the arms
of Quentin Kelly as Mike Warren l23l
and Larry Oestricher l83l
congratulate him after scoring a
safety against E.J.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT:
Mike Warren and Jerry Taylor l84l
team up to cut aff the Bruin's running
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT:
An unidentified Raider makes a flying
tackle onthe kickoff while Dan Bosse
l36l and Frank Caragliano l25l move
TOP: Every picture tells a story. LEFT:
Tom Benge lB7l, Jeff Johnson ll Sl,
Daryl Burckel l56l, Ken Pfau l85l
form a wedge for Dan Bosse l36l to
follow. BOTTOM: The unsung heroes,
the offensive line, shown here against
The Baby Raiders, hampered by ineligible
players managed to attain a respectable l-3-l
record. The Freshman team's purpose is not in the
won-lost column but in preparation for the varsity.
Coaches Martin and Torres were both pleased with
their performance and their 10070 improvement
since they started football. Freshman football was
competitive and also achieved its purpose in getting
the players ready for the varsity.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Kevin Manfrey recovers an apparent
fumble. Ron Doyle 1471, Kieth Zibilich 1721, Tom Alba and
Jules Lacoste 1821 assisted as the official signals otherwise!
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Jay Dimaggio1241 booms one
deep into enemy territory. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT:
Eddie Corcoran prepares to hand off to Jay Dimaggio 1201. Mark
Radecker 1321 leads interference for the Raiders.
LEFT: Larry Wiedemann, Ron Doyle 1471 and Rusty Menbreno
1261 put the stop to a Bonnable Bruin. BELOW: Manager Mark
Franks gives the offense a much needed break.
The Raider Cross Country team
started the season with experience
and high hopes. There were six
returning seniors. Jay Kinberger,
Ben Mercier, Eddie Lehrmann, Ed
Womac, Alan Roux, and Tom
Daniels. The team went into the
beginning of the season with several
wins in dual meets against Brother
Martin, Holy Cross, and the other
district schools. But by the time the
District Meet came around the
Raiders could only rally enough
points to take second place and two
weeks later tenth in state.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Coach Doyleturns in
the Raiders' times. MIDDLE: Ben Mercier
prepares to take Holy Cross. BOTTOM LEFT:
Mike Piazza and Tom Daniels try to make a
break for the front. CENTER: Jay Kinberger
strides to the front. BOTTOM RIGHT: Eddie
Lehrmann takes the lead from Brother Martin.
THIS PAGE LEFT: Mike Piazza, Doug Womac,
and Mark Lamandre move out on the
Lakefront Course. BOTTOM: 1976 Goss
Country Team: lstandingj Coach Doyle, Alan
Roux, Eddie Lehrmann, Asst. Captain, Mike
Piazza, .lay Kinberger, Captain, Edcie
Womac, Ben Mercier, Asst. Captain, Scott
Marks, lkneelingl Mark Schexnayder, Richard
Molaison, Manager, Mark Lamandre, Tom
Daniels, Doug Womac, Philip Driscoll, Glen
Scott, George Hingle.
Rummel Basketball for '75-'76 was very exciting
even though the long awaited district crown
escaped the Raiders' grasp once again.
The season started out well for the Raiders as they
gained victories over B. T. Washington 49-39, and
Bonnabel, 50-42. The next contest was against
parish rival East Jefferson and it seemed evident
that Coach Robarts' crew was sitting on their early
Season laurels as they were embarrassed, 93-79.
Victories came easy in the following two contests as
Rummel easily handled Warren Easton and St.
Paul's to push their slate to 4-l. Inconsistency
plagued the Raiders once again as they traveled to
Baton Rouge and were thoroughly thrashed, 71 -54.
lAfter revenging their earlier loss to E.J., the Raiders
'entered the Lake Charles Tournament where they
lwon the first contest over Kaplan, 66-51. The
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champions W. O. Boston, 75-60, which eliminated
them from further competition.
The Raiders came home and iinmediately began
one of their few winning streaks. After defeating
Bonnabel soundly for the second time, the Raiders
began competition in the C.Y.O. Tournament. With
an opening round victory over Cohen the Raiders
went on to defeat Chalmette and St. Augustine to
earn a spot in the finals against Holy Cross.
Following a hard fought battle the Raiders left the
floor with the second place trophy, losing 66-58.
It was evident the Raiders werle looking ahead to
district competition as they dropped their last pre-
district contest to Redemptorist of Baton Rouge to
finish IO-5. ,
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Paul Vitrana evades his defender for a
OPPOSITE PAGE FAR LEFT: Tim Powers plows through Bonnabel
for two. l
OPPOSITE PAGE FAR RIGHT: Al Thibodeaux sets up for a shot
as Dean Carpenter approaches.
LEFT: Seniors Billy Schaefer and Scott Hansen close in on Brother
Martin. BELOW: Members ofthe varsity basketball team are
lfront rowi Fred Kinsley, Mark Scheffler, Paul Vitrano, Barry
Barocco, Al Thibodeaux, Bill Schaefer, lstandingl Charlie Burg,
David Buiol, Tim Powers, Mide Gumina, Milton Herbert, Scott
Hansen, Dean Carpenter, Wade Blundell, Don Schneider, Jim
Pittman, T. J. Lee, and Wayne McAdams.
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second place trophy in the C.Y.O. tournament. BELOW: AI
Thibodeaux drives on Jesuit defender for a possible two.
OPPOSITE PAGE RIGHT: Mark Scheffler guns it from the foul
OPPOSITE PAGE FAR RIGHT: Charlie Burg ends up taking
statistics in the Brother Martin game.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Milton Herbert slips it into the
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The slates were cleaned as the race for the district crown
began on December 26 with De La Salle. The Raiders
gave Coach Robarts a great Christmas Gift as they went
on to defeat De La Salle, 60-49. Apparently the Raiders
concentrated a bit too much on the Cavaliers for it took a
last second shot by Billy Schaefer to defeat Jesuit 33-31,
and put the Raiders at 2-0 in district.
Holy Cross was next for the Raiders but the inconsistency
struck once again as Rummel collected their first district
loss, 72-54. St. Augustine furthered the Raiders' miseries
by defeating them, 54-48. The last three games were
must games for Rummel, however, the Raiders came
through on only two, defeating Shaw, 66-56, and
Chalmette, 76-63. The Raiders lost a heartbreaker to
Brother Martin, 57-55, on a last second shot. With a 4-3
record the Raiders had to look to the future.
The future was the second round and it started off like the
first with a victory over De La Salle, 53-52. This was
followed by crushing losses to Jesuit, 40-39 and Holy
Cross, 61-54, which put the Raiders' chances in ieopardy.
ln ci must win situation, the Raiders went on to defeat St.
Augustine, 51-48, Shaw, 61-41, Chalmette, 59-49, and
then finished the regular season revenging their first
round loss to Brother Martin, 49-37.
RIGHT: Scott Hansen gets possession as Mike Gumina comes from the
back to help. BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Robarts discusses the team strategy
during a quick time out. BOTTOM RIGHT: Bill Schaefer makes a cut for
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Bill Schaefer and Wade Blundell squeeze out
Holy Cross for a rebound.
OPPOSITE PAGE RIGHT: Tim Powers makes a quick break around the
OPPOSITE PAGE FAR RIGHT: Wade Blundell iumps for an easy two.
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The win streak which gave the Raiders a 5-2 second
round record also gave them the chance to become
district runners-up. Coach Robarts and company
seemed more than ready to take on the challenge
which included defeating St. Augustine and De La
Salle on successive nights. St. Augustine was
number one on Rummel's list as they put them away
easily, 64-52. The long awaited state playoffs were
one victory away for the Raiders but it was not to be
as Rummel was beaten by the Cavaliers, 60-45.
The Raider Roundballers finished the season with a
20-l l slate. Individual honors were brought home
by Billy Schaefer, who was chosen to First Team All-
District and Al Thibodeaux, who was chosen to First
Team All-Defensive Team.
TOP LEFT: Barry Barocco shows his form against Booker T. Washington.
BOTTOM LEFT: Rummel J.V. ltopj Ricky Couget, Jim Pittman, Dean
Carpenter, Wade Blundell, Ray Schmidt, Wayne McAdams, Stuart
Sufferin, lmiddlel Keith Gourges, Bob Harvey, Greg Morettini, Clinton
Bravo, Tony Fischer, Joe Schick, lbottoml Steven Stieffel, Fred Kinsley,
Tony Germade, Scott Muller, Barry Barocco, Garrett Gannuch, Joey
Stiebing, Stanley Vicknair.
THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Jim Pittman goes over Holy Cross defenseman for
a score. TOP RIGHT: Barry Barocco drives for two points against Booker
T. Washington. BOTTOM LEFT: Tony Germade puts up a shot against
Booker T. Washington.
TOP LEFT: Garrett Gonnuch grabs a pass from a teammate to go in for
an easy score. TOP RIGHT: Clinton Bravo drives past the Jesuit defender
for the score. BOTTOM RIGHT: Greg Morettini shows the Blue Jays how
it is done.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Tony Fischer gets up high to control the tap.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Rummel Freshman team, lbottom rowl
Steven Stieffel, Clinton Bravo, Scott Muller, Garrett Gannuch, Joey
Stiebing, Stanley Vicknair, ltop rowl Ricky Couget, Keith Gourgues,
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The 1976 Raider Baseball team closed the season with an
l I-4 record. Finishing third in the first round, the
diamondmen compiled a 5-2 record. In the second round
they ended up second with a 6-2 mark. During the season
the Raiders had a 9 game winning streak. The statistics at
the end of the year had the Raiders first in the district in
hitting and pitching. Ken Francingues, Gus Malespin,
Dave Stokes, and Mike Warren were named All-District
with Francingues, Malespin, and Stokes being selected for
All-Metro honors also.
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left field. BOTTOM: lFront rowjz Manager T. J. Lee, O. J. Valeton, Tip
Murphy, Blaine Fury, Mike Warren, Mike Kuehne, David Landry,
Manager Kirk Frosh, lmiddle rowl Daryl Burckel, Chris Accardo, Mike
Ryan, Ken Francingues, Gus Malespin, Don Murphy, Jay Valenti,
Statistician Tony Lala, ltop rowl Coach Larry Schneider, Dan Bosse,
Dave Stokes, Bill Kampen, Don Schneider, Bob Fiedler, Don Rice, Steve
Golden, Coach Bob Whitman.
THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Dave Stokes pounds out a homer against Jesuit.
TOP RIGHT: Ca-Captain Ken Francingues slides by Jesuit's catdner into
home as Don Rice looks on. ABOVE: Dave Stokes is congratulated by
Jay Valenti after hitting one of his two homeruns against the Blue Jays.
LEFT: Catcher Tip Murphy nabs a Blue Jay flying home.
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OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Bob Harvey displays his ability to hit the ball.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Junior Varsity Squad, Ibottom rowl J.
Dimaggio, J. LaCoste, B. Thompson, M. Reynolds, A. Leblanc, D. Spako,
D. Tauzy, Imiddle rowl C. Frosch, S. Foley, D. Babin, S. Borne, O.
Valeton, D. Cuny, B. Dumestre, M. Doherty, E. Castay, Itop FOWI Coach
George Ryan, E. Corcoran, G. Membreno, W. Zimmerman, B. Harvey, J.
Sigl, S. Saucier, W. Vanderbrook, J. Becklehimer, K. Julian, Coach
THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: O. J. Valeton waits eagerly for the next hit.
BOTTOM LEFT: Wayne Burckel is ready to field a grounder. TOP RIGHT:
Brock Dumestre concentrates on the next pitch. BOTTOM RIGHT: John
Sigl stretches to make the last out.
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combined to form a contending thinclcd team. The
Raider team competed in thirteen meets, placed in
the top three in every meet and took ist in four
meets. During the season there were many
outstanding performances. New school records
were set by Ray Dugas in the high jump with a lump
of 6'6 , Jeff Jones in the high hurdles with a time of
l4.4 seconds, the triple iump record was broken by
Bill Sehrt with a iump of 44'3 and the Mile and two
mile records were broken by Ed Lehman with times
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OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Co-Captains Jay Kinberger and Eddie Lehrman receive Ist
place trophy from Brother David at the Christian Brothers Relays. BOTTOM: Jim
Broussard clears hurdle with good form and qualifies for State.
THIS PAGE TOP: Ray Dugas displays form that brought him District crown. BOTTOM
LEFT: Miler, Eddie Lehrman bears down as he hits the final lap. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Jeff Jones explodes off blocks in 880 relay.
TOP RIGHT: Alan Roux hits o good pace in the
two mile. TOP LEFT: Mike Piazza and Kenny Pfou
stretch for victory in the 440. BOTTOM: Raider
mile relay team consisting of Kenny Pfau, Tom
Daniels, Ben Mercier, and Jay Kinberger bask in
glory after taking first in the Chalmette
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Jay Kinberger establishes
himself as the 880 King of District T T -AAAA.
BOTTOM: Members ofthe T976 Rummel Track
Team consist of: lfront rowj Dan Bosch, Scott
Zimmernam, Ricky Rousset, Tom Daniels, Kyle
Boudreau, Ray Eschette, J. J. Johnson, Bruce
Laborde, Frank Caragliano, and Mike St.
Germain, lsecond rowl Ron Heckel, Al Thompson
lmgr.l, John Kent, Jim Brousard, Bob Casse,
Steve Gurly, Ray Dugas, Chris Bonnet, Alan
Roux, Jay Kinberger lcapt.l, Ben Mercier, Ed
Mercier, Ed Lehrmonn lcapt.l, Darryl Robelot,
Drew Gillen lmgr.l, Dan Decha lmgr.l, lthird fowl
Mike Jones, Art Hyatt, Kenny Pfau, George
Hingle, Kenny Christina, Doug Womac, Bill Sehrt,
Jeff Jones, Scott Marks, Ed Womac, lfourth rowj
Br. Mike Cimino, Coach Martin, Chris Prieur, Roy
Schlaudecker, Craig Carson, Keith Osborne,
Charlie Tapia, Mike Piazza, Jamie Hodgins, John
Vollenwelder lmgr.l, Charlie Burg lmgr.l, Coach
Doyle, Cooch Torris.
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As the year progressed many runners did, too.
Some of these runners are Jim Broussard in the high
hurdles, Frank Caragliano in the 220, Roy
Schlaudecker in the shot, Kenny Pfau in the 440
and Jay Kinberger in the 880. This year Rummel
placed six district winners to regionals, of these six,
three went to state, Jeff Jones, Jimmy Broussard,
and Ray Dugas.
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TOP: Jeff Jones heads for another school
record in the 120 high hurdles. BOTTOM
LEFT: Tommy Daniels breaks fhe tape in the
220. BOTTOM RIGHT: J. J. Johnson is off and
running in 880 yard relay.
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stretches out a long one in the triple iump. BOTTOM LEFT: Ben
Mercier gets a good start for the mile relay team. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Mike Piazza and Ben Mercier take it easy for a while.
The I976 edition of the Raider J.V. Track team has
one outstanding characteristic that should go a long
way in providing a fine nucleus for the varsity team.
They were consistent, finishing no lower than 3rd in
any meet this year. Although Rummel lacked the
depth to win district, many outstanding individual
performers surfaced. With determined individual
effort they should become a fine track unit in the
RIGHT: Lou Dominguez and Paul Lagarde race to
the finish line over the low hurdles. BELOW LEFT:
Kyle Boudreau gets the 440 yd. relay team a good
start. BELOW RIGHT: Al Randazzo breaks through
a low hurdle in an effort to get lst.
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LEFT: Kip Leftwich takes the baton from John Joseph as Coach Martin
keeps an eye on them. BELOW: David Engelhardt, Daryl Robelot, Mike
St. Germain, Greg Raymond, and Tim Peterson clown around for the
camera. BELOW LEFT: Coach Doyle calls out Craig Kelly's split in the
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ABOVE: 1976 JV Track Team ll st rowl Paul Lanclos, Scott Zimmerman,
Don Leftwich, Tom St. Germain, Ray Eschette, John Theriot, John
Joseph, Frank Daigle, Charles Tapia, 12nd rowl Arthur Hyatt, David
Engelhardt, Walter Hogan, Mark Schexnayder, Joseph Christina, Keith
Goodfellow, Dan Bosch, Fred Klotz, Daryl Robelot, Al Randazzo, Coach
Torres, l3rd rowl Louis Dominguez, Norman Prats, All Burns, Ronald
Doyle, Stephen Resor, Howard Naquin, Ed Gravois, Chuck Dugas, Frank
Soraya, Jerry Clesi, Tim Peterson, Craig Kelly, Ricky Rousset, Paul
Lagarde, Pat Suffern.
For the second year in a row the Raider soccer team
captured the district title with 7-1-1 overall record. Under
the coaching of Brother Alphonse Le Blanc, the team
overcame inconsistent play early in the season to advance
to the city play-offs for the third consecutive year.
Rummel, however, failed to capture the city championship
as they lost in the playoffs to Country Day, the eventual
city Champs in a game that saw 90 minutes of non-stop
action, the Raiders were defeated by the Caiuns l-O in
sudden death overtime. Led by captains Allen Buiol,
Casey Geohegan, and Brian Smith, the Raider offense
racked up a respectable 20 goals in nine games while the
defense allowed only 4.
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PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Dicarlo steals the ball. OPPOSITE PAGE
BOTTOM RIGHT: Brien Smith dribbles down field in the biggest game of
TOP: Members of the soccer team lbock rowl Brian Credo, Lionel
Richard, Mike Dicarlo, Manuel Gutierrez, Greg Hendrix, Mike Plonchet,
Robert O'NeiI, Barry Lemoine, Mark Stromeyer, Robert Andries, Robert
Zocary, Brother Al Leblanc, Imicldle rowl Pat Sufferen, Chris Miller,
Nofie Alfonse, George Young, Mario Gaudamud, Andrew Pierce, Karl
Kuhne, Scott Ray, James Kilcoyne, Robert Trocquet, Andrew Porter,
lbottom rowl Ollie French, Richard Ducombs, Brian Smith, Casey
Geohegen, Steve Porter, Allen Buiol, Ted Fish, Keith LeBlanc. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Allen Buiol moves in for a score. ABOVE: Members of the soccer
team anxiously wait for the Raiders' score.
TOP: Soccer captains, Brian Smith, Allen Bujol and Casey Geohegan,
accept the first place trophy in the 3rd Annual Rummel Invitation.
ABOVE: Casey Geohegan makes another save to lead a victory over O.
P. Walker. RIGHT: Andy Pierce moves in on the ball.
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Although the Junior Varsity Soccer team had a short
season, they placed second in the district of four teams,
with a 2-l-l record. The Raiders lost to O. P. Walker in
the playoffs at the Pan American Stadium by the score of
2-l . The J.V. team will have a post season team to make
up for the short season.
LEFT: Carl Wiebelt moves down field while Randy Elstrott looks on.
BELOW: Members of the soccer team are left to right lback rowl Pat
Suffern, Jim Berthelot, Greg Breedy, Billy Floyd, Fred Clotz, Kevin
Martin, Br. Alphonse LeBlanc, lmiddle fowl Gene Unser, Greg Meyer,
Donovan Allen, Glen Bolner, Mike Tifft, lbottom rowl Brian Werner,
Randy Elstrott, Ted Fish, Steve Porter, Chriss Cressionie, Carl Wliebelt,
The 1975-76 Wrestling team
finished one of its best seasons with
a 1 1-4 record. To top the year off
they took 1st in parish, placed 3rd in
City, and 7th in State.
112 lbs. - Bill Nelson
126 lbs. - Ben Toledano
138 lbs. - Barry Bordonaro
155 lbs. - Jay Raspino
105 lbs. - Vince Adolph
185 lbs. - Bobby Dale
Unlim. - Roy Schlaudecker
112 lbs. - Bill Nelson
145 lbs. - Mike Ryan
132 lbs. - Barry Bordonaro
126 lbs. - Ben Toledano
165 lbs. - David Menendaz
112 lbs. - Bill Nelson
145 lbs. - Mike Ryan
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Gene Viola gets ready to take down his
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: 1975-76 Wrestling Team, fist rowl
Henry Montegut, Bill Nelson, Richard Tompson, Everett Fetzer,
Robbie Oswald, Mike Ryan, Jay Raspino, Bobby Dale, David
Menendez, l2nd row, kneelingl Vince Adolph, Steven Boos,
Glenn Guilbeau, Mile Yazbeck, E. Miller, Pat Malone, Giris
Prieur, Greg Stacy, Wade Langlois, Lewis Mercier, Alan Staub,
Jay Suter, Robert Neeley, l3rd rowl Jimmy Bonnot, Kevin Troyer
Alan Mashburn, Mark Funel, Barry Bordonaro, Eric Windstein,
Fred Landry, David Englehard, Dennis Duhon, Todd Simoneaux,
Robert Harper, David Gaspard, Micky Richard, Coach Murphy.
TOP: Bill Nelson scores another for Rummel.
MIDDLE: Chris Prieur is winner over E.J.
BOTTOM: Hammy Andressen is ready to pin
a West Jefferson grappler.
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OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Lewis Mercier tries to
pin his opponent.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Ryan
doesn't believe he won thot one.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT: Ben
Toledano odds another win to his record.
ON THIS PAGE LEFT: Put Malone is about to
pin his opponent. MIDDLE: Richard Tompson
wraps-up his opponent. BOTTOM: Barry
Bordonoro is getting ready to finish off his
The swim team started its season off by defeating
West Jefferson. The Raider swim team also took
fourth in the city swim meet and a week later the
Raiders, through pride and determination, took
third in the state meet. This was the best finish in the
state meet in the history of Rummel.
Brother Harris, the moderator, calls the season an
enthusiastic and developmental year. Bill Johnson,
Co-Captain, said after the state meet that this was
by far the best team we ever had, everyone swam
fantastically, especially the freshmen.
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OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Brian Fritscher wins in breaststroke in the city
OPP. PAGE BOTTOM: The 1975-76 Raider swim team lbottom rowj
Moderator Brother Harris, J. Chatelain, M. Mobile, P. Dunn, S. Fuselier,
L. Lanier, T. Connell, Coach Pat Connell, lmiddle rowl J. Cosentino, J.
Pecoraro, T. Fish, K. Martin, K. Frosch, A. Balmer, B. Johnson, R. Everett
P. Barney, ltop rowl T. Oddo, T. Dale, P. Posner, K. Dunn, B. Fritscher, P.
Achee diver, J. Callaghan.
TOP LEFT: Coach Pat Connell congratulates Co-Captain Bill Johnson for
qualifying for All-American in the city swim meet. Bill went on to reset his
city record. He also broke his state record a week later. BOTTOM LEFT:
Soph. Perry Achee practices for the state diving meet. Perry placed
second in the city diving meet and fifth in the state diving meet. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Ricky Everett swims butterfly in one of the dual meets.
Led by all-district selections Carl Poche and Robert
Condon, the Raider varsity completed the first round of
play tied for first place with Brother Martin. In the playoff,
Carl Poche led the team to an eight stroke victory. In the
second round the Raiders went undefeated Q7-OI and were
declared District I I-AAAA Champions with an overall I2-
A big event of the season was a IO shot victory in the Ist
Annual Black Gold Invitational Tournament. Robert
Condon was medalist and Carl Poche was runner-up.
The Raider Iinksmen finished 7th in the state tournament.
The J.V. won the first round I5-I I and came in second to
Shaw in the second round. Their overall record was the
best in the league II I-2l.
RIGHT: Carl Poche approaches another green in regulation, as Mike
Giambelluco tends the pin. BOTTOM LEFT: Robert Condon puts his
weight behind a typically long drive. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mike Argote, Tim
Trainor, and Mark Bernard await their turn on the tee.
OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Bottom row, left to right: Mike Schoen, Tim
Trainor, Carl Poche, Mark Bernard, Itop row, left to rightl Robert Condon
Ico-captainl, Mike Giambelluca, Mike Argote Ico-captoinl, and Lee
OPP. PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Robert Condon taps one in for another
bird, as Mike Argote checks the line. BOTTOM RIGHT: Argote's big
head adds power to his drive as Robert Condon and Mark Bernard
stare in disbelief.
The Tennis Team finished league
play with an 8-2 record, and third
place in the NOITA. They also
placed third in the league's fall
tournament. ln the Morgan City
Tournament, the doubles team of
Allen Rupple and Johnny Bunel
placed second, and Allen finished
fifth in singles thus qualifying them
for the state tournament. The six
seniors will be dearly missed.
Returning lettermen include: Johnny
Bunel, Hector Valle, Craig Borges,
Jim Schutty, Billy Vogel, and Steve
The JV Tennis Team completed its
season with impressive wins over
Newman and Shaw. The top JV
netters were Todd LaCoste, Kip
Leftwich, Steve Bierman, Scott
Russell, and Randy Bennen. Coach
Don Dessauer was ably assisted by
Brother Dale Guillot.
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single, shows his winning form.
OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Don
helps Senior players David and Mark with
their backhand. BOTTOM: Quentin Kelly and
Rick Fontova double in one of their many
TOP: Front row: Coach Dessauer, Johnny
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Vogel, James Vega, Kevin Englade, lback
rowl Allen Rupple, Jim Schutty, Steve Bruce,
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TOP: Ricky Fonfova serves one of his many ace serves. BOTTOM:
JV Team, lkneelingl Paul Avocato, Johnny Posner, lslandingj
Tommy St. Amant, Scoh Russell, Billy Pietri, Don Leffwich, Bruce
Borner, Jody Pepitone, Gary Troyer, Keith Hernandez, Timmy
Connell, Shawn Ryan, Steve Bierman, Randy Bennen, Peter
Posener, Coach Dessauer, lmissing from picturel Todd Lacoste,
Charles Muller, Billy Dupre.
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The Raider bowling team finished successfully once again this year in prep
Leading the team in its fifth productive season were captain Bill Blum, with a
165 average, and Lewis Schuler, with a 164 average. Rounding out the team
were Joe Nickolaus, 1516, Mike Muntz, 153, Mike Stagno, 1505 and George
Alonzo, 148. Dom Solito served as an alternate, with a 150 average.
TOP: Members ofthe Bowling Club include: lbottom rowl James Paci, Greg Barre, Steven Kern,
Randy Boner, Manuel Campo, Kevin Byxbe, Wayne McAdams, lsecond rowl Manuel Estrada, Mark
Conzoneri, Duane DeLaune, Charles Bond, Craig Hill, lthird rowl Terry Granier, James Mayeux,
Mike Campo, David Davenport, Dom Solito, lfourth rowl Mike Muntz, Joseph Pace, Mark Gennaro,
Pat Ricks, Tony Tramonte, Ronnie Roussel, lfifth rowl George Alonzo, Herb Duvoisin, Charles
Cardella, Jules Dufresne, Chris Bucher, Joe Deckelmann, lsixth rowl George Drendel, David
Moynan, Brett Parent, Jim Bader, Lewis Schuler, Bill Blum, and Anthony Fasone. LEFT: Joe Nicholas
sends one for a strike against Holy Cross. RIGHT: Rummel Bowling Squad: lbottom rcwl Joe
Nickolas, Mike Stagno, Mike Muntz, ltop rowl Lewis Schuler, Bill Blum, George Alonzo.
1975-76 has been a year of rebuilding for Pride
Unlimited. With the loss of the maiority of the club,
lcaused by graduationl, the club turned to the younger
underclassmen to help form a foundation for the coming
years. Activities for the year included athletic games and
several planned meetings. Next year should be a great
year in light of the new ideas started.
AT RIGHT: Rummel students support the Raiders. BOTTOM: Juniors show
off their '77 Rummel shirts.
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R. Scheuermann, B. Borner, l3rd rowl S. Russel, R. Ducombs, L.
Rodrigue, l4th rowl S. Allen, I. Maheu, K. Martin.
AT LEFT: Rummel students are enthused and excited at the football
Fall Sports Banquet
Honored at the fall banquet were the football team, the
Cross-Country Team and the Cheerleaders. Awards were
given to the best offensive and defensive lineman and
also to the most valuable player. The banquet ended with
the highlight films of the past football season.
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OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Coach Ryan presents
Dan Deer with Most Valuable Defensive
Player. LEFT: Coach Perret addresses the
players and parents. BOTTOM: The football
team presents Coach Martin with a new
hairpiece and he likes it?
THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Coach Martin gives J.
J. Johnson the Coach's Award. TOP RIGHT:
Jay Kinberger receives the Most Valuable
Cross Country Runner for '76 from Coach
Doyle. LEFT: Craig Carson gives Coach Roth
the Gusto Award.
The Spring Sports Banquet was unusually small this year
with the attendance of only 186. It honored the Track
Team, the Basketball Team, the Baseball Team. There
were several awards given in each sport climaxing with
the presentation ofthe Rufus Raider Award to Mike
OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: Coach Roberts presents Billy Schaefer
with Most Valuable Offensive Basketball Player. LEFT: Fall
Sports Banquet Winners Jim Broussard, .leff Jones, Ray Dugas,
Gus Malespin, David Stokes, Mike Warren, Ken Francingues,
Mark Scheffler, Alan Thibodeaux, Bill Schaefer. BOTTOM
CENTER: Kenny Francingues receives an award for being the
best pitcher from Coach Whitman. FAR LEFT: Rufus Cressend
presents Mike Warren with the Rufus Raider Award.
THIS PAGE: TOP LEFT: State Champ Ray Dugas is awarded Most
Valuable Fieldman from Coach Heckel. ABOVE: Coach Martin
gives Jeff Jones the Most Valuable Trackman Award. LEFT: Mark
Scheffler is very happy to receive the Coach's Award from
BOTTOM: 1976-1977 Parent-Booster Club Executive Board Members.
ffront rowllleft to rightl Herman Boudreau, E. J. Breaux, Agatha
Guitierez, Jeanne Morealle, Lois Escude, Louis Reynolds, Br. Norbert
Russel, lback rowl Joseph Berthelot, Br. John Fairfax, George Frosh,
Arthur Deichmann, Br. Bill Gruber, lmissingl John Coon. RIGHT: Br.
Ephrem's students love to play games, Scrabble in French, that is.
BOTTOM: J.P.S.O. helicopter pays a visit to Mr. Niemietz's Law
LEFT: Flying ace, Greg Hedrick, takes notes on howto bring himself back
to earth. BOTTOM: Selected seniors were honored with their name in
light this year. BOTTOM LEFT: T976-77 student council executive
officers: Blaine Fury, vice president, Ricky Robards, treasurer, John
McCabe, president, and George Alonzo, secretary.
RIGHT: Talent night star David Bowie Otillio does his thing. BOTTOM
CB Radios were in in 1976. John Guillory fries to raise Rubber Duck'
to check for Smokies before leaving the school parking lot
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LEFT: Unidentified boxer floats like a butterfly as he is stung like a bee
during the annual Raider boxing matches initiated by the student council.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Senior Louis Handal earns his spending money by
guessing weights at Pontchartrain Beach. BOTTOM: '76 Student
Council Executive Board members present Paul Doolen with the lover of
the year award during the senior day award ceremony.
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